Labour and employment lawyer Muneeza Sheikh opens her practice as part of 'building a brand'

Long-time colleague at Howard Levitt's firm strikes out on her own with four others
BY Zena Olijnyk 19 Jun 2024

Ontario Superior Court awards damages in domestic assault case due to defendant's default

The defendant abused his then-wife multiple times before their separation
BY Angelica Dino 19 Jun 2024

Ontario Privacy Commissioner calls for stronger access and privacy protections

The IPC recommended stringent safeguards and mandatory breach reporting
BY Angelica Dino 19 Jun 2024

Ont. Superior Court upholds Human Rights Tribunal's denial of reconsideration in discrimination case

The HRTO's decision was reasonable and without bias
BY Angelica Dino 19 Jun 2024

Ont. Superior Court orders tenant to vacate housing despite ongoing human rights tribunal dispute

Tenant agreed to the temporary housing and had no legal basis to continue occupying the unit
BY Angelica Dino 17 Jun 2024

Ontario Court of Appeal rules tenant responsible for snow removal in slip and fall case

A provision in the lease agreement assigned snow removal duties to the tenants
BY Angelica Dino 17 Jun 2024

Imran Kamal told his story about addiction, hoping to encourage the legal profession to be more open

Kamal contributed to a recently released book about mental health for lawyers
BY Aidan Macnab 12 Jun 2024

Ontario Court of Justice welcomes four new justices: Frank, Hanna, Harris, Marcon

They are appointed to Windsor, Oshawa, Chatham
BY Angelica Dino 12 Jun 2024


Ont. Superior Court denies disability benefits due to lack of a causal link to 40-year-old accident

The plaintiff injured his while working as a maintenance mechanic for Canada Post

Ont. Superior Court dismisses individual's insurance claim but allows corporate claim to proceed

The contract was issued to the corporate plaintiff, not the individual claimant: court

Ontario Superior Court rejects lawyer's request to intervene in fatal vehicle collision

The case arose from a collision between a minivan and a Canadian Pacific Railway train

Slip-and-fall on black ice is an 'accident' under Statutory Benefits Schedule: Ont. Superior Court

The plaintiff fell and sustained injuries while walking toward her car in a parking lot

LSO revokes license of lawyer who misappropriated funds from trust to cover expenses, repaying later

Admits the biggest mistake she was "not valuing" herself and the services she provided properly

Ontario introduces legislation to enhance homeowner and homebuyer protections

It seeks to ban the registration of consumer NOSIs